Moving source code to GitHub from SVN

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itsrachelfish
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Re: Moving to GitHub

#31 Post by itsrachelfish »

sofax222 wrote:Dear itsrachelfish:

Now, am I a member of the Developers team in the OpenKore organization ??
Will the changes of main OpenKore repo automaticly to merge into my fork ??
No, forks are never updated automatically. You have to merge the changes from openkore into your branch, GitHub has excellent documentation on this.

Step 1. Add OpenKore as your "upstream" remote
Step 2. Merge changes from "upstream"
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Re: Moving to GitHub

#32 Post by kLabMouse »

Who of the Developers remember when they tried Commit, their code just did not fit because other developer updated SVN.
and each damn time you need to merge their code and yours, fix bugs... and when you done, Ups, someone else committed something there.

Git does not have this problem... (actually it does have, but a bit more easy mode).
You work on own branch, and just insert all your changes between two other states of "master" repo. And that's it, all is magically done by git itself.

And for old players who remember CVS, there is an SVN mode on GitHub (But I would not recommend it).

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Re: Moving to GitHub

#33 Post by Technology »

This is awesome guys! I'm so happy to see that the project is still ongoing and that you all are doing well! :D
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Re: Moving to GitHub

#34 Post by Fr3DBr »

If you move to GitHub, don't forget to add me there. :)

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Re: Moving to GitHub

#35 Post by lututui99 »

Fr3DBr wrote:If you move to GitHub, don't forget to add me there. :)
It has already been moved, bae
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Re: Moving to GitHub

#36 Post by turnip »

is that possible to add me? i'm casual programmer.

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Re: Moving to GitHub

#37 Post by itsrachelfish »

turnip wrote:is that possible to add me? i'm casual programmer.
Anybody can contribute to the OpenKore project on github https://github.com/openkore/openkore

You can make a fork of the project and submit your own code by making pull requests without being a member of the official development team.
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Re: Moving to GitHub

#38 Post by turnip »

itsrachelfish wrote:
turnip wrote:is that possible to add me? i'm casual programmer.
Anybody can contribute to the OpenKore project on github https://github.com/openkore/openkore

You can make a fork of the project and submit your own code by making pull requests without being a member of the official development team.
pull request done. thanks for your suggestion.

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Re: Moving to GitHub

#39 Post by heero »

Hey there guys, already sent an Issue in github to be added again as a developer. Sorry been out of touch since work has been keeping me occupied but I will try to help wherever I can. :D

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Re: Moving to GitHub

#40 Post by SkylorD »

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